With the aim of providing extra study places during the exam period, Barcelona is opening thirteen night-time study rooms, in addition to the city’s eight round-the-year rooms, from this week until 4th February.
That means Barcelona will have 21 night-time study rooms during the exam period, from 9 pm to 1 am, Monday to Friday. This represents an additional 1.200 study places.
All these rooms have tables and chairs, suitable lighting for studying and supplementary material such as general dictionaries and books for consultation.
The regular study rooms opening are in Raval, Sants-Montjuïc, Riera Blanca, Lesseps, Fontana, Horta, Prosperitat, Roquetes, Zona Nord, Can Basté and Sant Martí.
At the same time there are rooms in some public libraries with this night-time timetable throughout the year, including Sagrada Família, Vapor Vell, Vila de Gràcia, Guinardó – Mercè Rodoreda, Ignasi Iglesias – Can Fabra and Manuel Arranz. Study rooms are also opening at the Montserrat centre in Sarrià and the Garcilaso centre in Sant Andreu.